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3D printed directional antenna
Dvořák, Václav ; Horák, Jiří (referee) ; Láčík, Jaroslav (advisor)
This master thesis deals with a study of directional antennas, followed by their design and optimization of horn antenna based on SIW for Ka band (26,5- 40 GHz). The first part of the thesis contains the theoretical analysis of the different types of directional antennas, also the SIW technology is described here. It also describes the 3D printing technology by means of which the final antenna should be made. The next part of this work is about design of horn antenna based on SIW. Simulation and optimization of the antenna will be done using the CST Microwave Studio. The horn antenna was modeled with three different dielectric loads. The horn antenna with an experimental triangular dielectric load was chosen for fabrication. The fabricated antenna has reached almost the whole bandwidth to cover Ka. The antenna gain was 9,38 dBi for 33 GHz frequency.
3D printed directional antenna
Dvořák, Václav ; Horák, Jiří (referee) ; Láčík, Jaroslav (advisor)
This master thesis deals with a study of directional antennas, followed by their design and optimalization of horn antenna based on SIW for Ka band (26,5- 40 GHz). The first part of the thesis contains the theoretical analysis of the different types of directional antennas, also the SIW technology is described here. It also describes the 3D printing technology by means of which the final antenna should be made. The next part of this work is about design of horn antenna based on SIW. Simulation and optimization of the antenna will be done using the CST Microwave Studio. The final part of the thesis deals with evaluation of achieved results.
Church of St. Jacob the Elder in Prague-Petrovice
Dvořák, Václav ; Šmied, Miroslav (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
Church of St. Jacob the Elder in Prague-Petrovice Abstract The main topic of this bachelor thesis is the parish church of St. Jacob the Elder in Petrovice, Prague and its cultural as well as historical development and changes. Its aim is to record and unify all known studies about the church, taking into account its development similarity with other churches around Prague and pointing out the uniqueness of its location. Among other things, the thesis could present the archival records from the 1940s which have not been published yet.
Assertion in Volleyball Specializations Depending on the Individual Somatic Type on the Regional Level
Dvořák, Václav ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Jahodová, Gabriela (referee)
SUMMARY: This paper seeks to examine the assertion of the volleyball players with different somatic type in particular volleyball specializations. To determine the somatic type of individual players, necessary anthropometric measurements have been done being important for its elaboration. Further the percentage players' fruitfulness in particular game activities was determined. For this purpose four regional volleyball matches were recorded and processed in detail. Professional literature dealing with the volleyball topics and somatic types was used as the source of information. The result of the elaborate will help to the volleyball teachers and coaches to group the players, according to their somatic type, into the specialization with the best possibility of their assertion. In addition the training can be accommodated to the somatic type and enable to increase the playing performance of the player.
Packet Classification Algorithms
Puš, Viktor ; Dvořák, Václav (advisor)
This thesis deals with packet classification in computer networks. Classification is the key task in many networking devices, most notably packet filters - firewalls. This thesis therefore concerns the area of computer security. The thesis is focused on high-speed networks with the bandwidth of 100 Gb/s and beyond. General-purpose processors can not be used in such cases, because their performance is not sufficient. Therefore, specialized hardware is used, mainly ASICs and FPGAs. Many packet classification algorithms designed for hardware implementation were presented, yet these approaches are not ready for very high-speed networks. This thesis addresses the design of new high-speed packet classification algorithms, targeted for the implementation in dedicated hardware. The algorithm that decomposes the problem into several easier sub-problems is proposed. The first subproblem is the longest prefix match (LPM) operation, which is used also in IP packet routing. As the LPM algorithms with sufficient speed have already been published, they can be used in out context. The following subproblem is mapping the prefixes to the rule numbers. This is where the thesis brings innovation by using a specifically constructed hash function. This hash function allows the mapping to be done in constant time and requires only one memory with narrow data bus. The algorithm throughput can be determined analytically and is independent on the number of rules or the network traffic characteristics. With the use of available parts the throughput of 266 million packets per second can be achieved. Additional three algorithms (PFCA, PCCA, MSPCCA) that follow in this thesis are designed to lower the memory requirements of the first one without compromising the speed. The second algorithm lowers the memory size by 11 % to 96 %, depending on the rule set. The disadvantage of low stability is removed by the third algorithm, which reduces the memory requirements by 31 % to 84 %, compared to the first one. The fourth algorithm combines the third one with the older approach and thanks to the use of several techniques lowers the memory requirements by 73 % to 99 %.
Design of Planar Optical Waveguide
Dvořák, Václav ; Friedl, Martin (referee) ; Nešpor, Dušan (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with the theoretical fundamentals of planar optical waveguides, possibilities of their fabrication and design of planar optical waveguide. Design of waveguide will be simulated using FDTD Solutions and Ansoft HFSS. These two software use different techniques for computational simulation. The parameters of waveguide will be modified to achieve better performance of waveguide. The result will be compare the properties of waveguides. There will be also described design of implementing waveguide.
Assessment of Company Financial Situation Using Time Series
Dvořák, Václav ; Štěpánková, Vladěna (referee) ; Novotná, Veronika (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis focuses on the use of statistical methods in practice, especially interested in the financial analysis of HELIX Liberec s.r.o. expressed by selected economic indicators in the time series from 2000 to 2010. The work has both theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part is important to clarify the terms of the statistical and financial analysis in the practical part will apply the theoretical basis for undertaking an assessment of the situation and outline possible recommendations for improvement.
Parallel Application Development with Intel Threading Tools
Vadkerti, Ladislav ; Jaroš, Jiří (referee) ; Dvořák, Václav (advisor)
Today's trend in microprocessor design is increasing the number of execution cores within one single chip. Increasing the processor's clock speed reached its limit with growing power consumption. This trend brings new opportunities to software developers, as they can take advantage of real multithreading in their applications. But a lot of new problems to solve appear with threading compared to sequential programming. With proper design, threading can enhance performance by making better use of hardware resources. However, the improper use of threading can lead to performance degradation, unpredictible behavior, or error conditions that are difficult to solve. For this reason Intel developed a suite of tools, that can help software developers to analyze performance and detect coding errors in thread interactions. This thesis focuses on the examination of ways that this tools can be used in multithreaded application development.
Evolutionary Design of Collective Communications Accelerated by GPUs
Tyrala, Radek ; Dvořák, Václav (referee) ; Jaroš, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis provides an analysis of the application for evolutionary scheduling of collective communications. It proposes possible ways to accelerate the application using general purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPU). This work offers a theoretical overview of systems on a chip, collective communications scheduling and more detailed description of evolutionary algorithms. Further, the work provides a description of the GPU architecture and its memory hierarchy using the OpenCL memory model. Based on the profiling, the work defines a concept for parallel execution of the fitness function. Furthermore, an estimation of the possible level of acceleration is presented. The process of implementation is described with a closer insight into the optimization process. Another important point consists in comparison of the original CPU-based solution and the massively parallel GPU version. As the final point, the thesis proposes distribution of the computation among different devices supported by OpenCL standard. In the conclusion are discussed further advantages, constraints and possibilities of acceleration using distribution on heterogenous computing systems.
Fast Reconstruction of Photoacoustic Images
Kukliš, Filip ; Dvořák, Václav (referee) ; Jaroš, Jiří (advisor)
The ability of reconstruction of photoacoustic images is important requirement to study soft tissues or vascular and lymphatic systems in high resulution but in small space. Today solution needs extensive computing power and it is noticeably time-consuming. In this study we would like to introduce a new solution which would be a way much faster and easy to use. My solution is up to 20x faster and needs forty percent less memory. This solution may be a better alternative for scietnist who study soft tissues by photoacoustic imaging.

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